NY rapper Des Brennan rhymes with his chakras aligned. When poetry in motion is displayed in rap form, it is fresh air to the lungs of the hiphop culture. Gun bars and bitches are essential at the right place and time, but to hear an emcee say something like “It’s funny how my influences change. to paupers with the scrolls to the princes with the ‘caine… No desire for the green, how does money feel? Didn’t know, then got in touch, now nothing’s real.” helps balances out the plethora of aggressive material. In this song entitled Absent, Brennan shines a light on the typical introverted artist using a great vocabulary range that is easy to digest. Des Brennan has been dropping consistently since his last project “For a While”, and we are excited to see what he has next in store. Until then, peep the steeze.
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